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Bike signal display keeps riders safe with machine learning

Reading Time: 2 minutes Bike signal display keeps riders safe with machine learning Arduino Team — June 21st, 2020 Cycling can be fun, not to mention great exercise, but is also dangerous at times. In order to facilitate safety and harmony between road users on his hour-plus bike commute in Marseille, France, Maltek created his own LED backpack signaling setup. […]

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Simple machine learning with Arduino KNN

Reading Time: 5 minutes Machine learning (ML) algorithms come in all shapes and sizes, each with their own trade-offs. We continue our exploration of TinyML on Arduino with a look at the Arduino KNN library. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6B7MLs3Eyo?feature=oembed&w=500&h=281] In addition to powerful deep learning frameworks like TensorFlow for Arduino, there are also classical ML approaches suitable for smaller data sets […]

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Announcing the Touch Less, Do More Challenge

Reading Time: 4 minutes [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkvsczf9h0Q?feature=oembed&w=500&h=281] The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we interact with people, things, and the world around us. We’re calling on the community to use an Arduino Nano or MKR board to build solutions that can help us practice better social distancing, improve queue management, or enable touch-free technologies. Stepping out from our homes, to […]

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Edge Impulse makes TinyML available to millions of Arduino developers

Reading Time: 4 minutes This post is written by Jan Jongboom and Dominic Pajak. Running machine learning (ML) on microcontrollers is one of the most exciting developments of the past years, allowing small battery-powered devices to detect complex motions, recognize sounds, or find anomalies in sensor data. To make building and deploying these models accessible to every embedded developer […]

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Designing a two-axis gesture-controlled platform for DSLR cameras

Reading Time: 2 minutes Designing a two-axis gesture-controlled platform for DSLR cameras Arduino Team — January 3rd, 2020 Holding your phone up to take an occasional picture is no big deal, but for professional photographers who often need to manipulate heavier gear for hours on end, this can actually be quite tiring. With this in mind, Cornell University students […]

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Fruit identification using Arduino and TensorFlow

Reading Time: 7 minutes By Dominic Pajak and Sandeep Mistry Arduino is on a mission to make machine learning easy enough for anyone to use. The other week we announced the availability of TensorFlow Lite Micro in the Arduino Library Manager. With this, some cool ready-made ML examples such as speech recognition, simple machine vision and even an end-to-end […]

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Get started with machine learning on Arduino

Reading Time: 12 minutes This post was originally published by Sandeep Mistry and Dominic Pajak on the TensorFlow blog. Arduino is on a mission to make machine learning simple enough for anyone to use. We’ve been working with the TensorFlow Lite team over the past few months and are excited to show you what we’ve been up to together: […]

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BLE central support added to ArduinoBLE

Reading Time: 4 minutes This post is from Sandeep Mistry, Senior Software Engineer at Arduino.  Today, we are pleased to announce BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) central support in v1.1.0 of the ArduinoBLE library. This major feature addition allows your Arduino board to scan for and connect to BLE peripheral devices. With one simple library, you can now use BLE […]

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Chirp brings data-over-sound capabilities your Arduino projects

Reading Time: 2 minutes We are excited to announce a new partnership with Chirp, a London-based company on a mission to simplify connectivity using sound. Chirp’s machine-to-machine communications software enables any device with a loudspeaker or microphone to exchange data via inaudible sound waves.  Starting today, our Chirp integration will allow Arduino-powered projects to send and receive data wirelessly […]

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Chirp brings data-over-sound capabilities your Arduino projects

Reading Time: 2 minutes We are excited to announce a new partnership with Chirp, a London-based company on a mission to simplify connectivity using sound. Chirp’s machine-to-machine communications software enables any device with a loudspeaker or microphone to exchange data via inaudible sound waves.  Starting today, our Chirp integration will allow Arduino-powered projects to send and receive data wirelessly […]

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The Arduino Nano 33 BLE and BLE Sense are officially available!

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Arduino Nano 33 BLE and BLE Sense are officially available! Arduino Team — July 31st, 2019 The wait is finally over, the new Arduino Nano 33 BLE and BLE Sense are both available. The boards have been manufactured, delivered to our warehouses, and will ship starting in mid-August. These new boards are an exciting […]